I keep asking people who I run into at PAX East to tell me which games I should check out. Thank you, to whoever told me to try Warp. I think it was Eka, hype man extraordinaire for Monday Night Combat. I'm glad I went. Warp lets you be an alien who can warp through doors, into exploding barrels or into scientists and guards — to make them explode too. No release date, slated for Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network and PC. Trapdoor's the developer; EA is publishing. I want to play more.
Warp Is My Favorite Scientist-Exploding PAX East Discovery, So Far
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When companies act against the interests of consumers, it makes sense for consumers to boycott those companies. The same is true when companies decide to take anti-developer positions. It only makes sense for developers to avoid those companies as partners, publishers and platforms. Zenimax, the parent company of Bethesda (who make Fallout, Elder Scrolls, Dishonoured and more), has been engaged in a half billion dollar lawsuit with Facebook over the origins of the Oculus technology. There’s some details about it here, but suffice to say it’s all been ugly and unreasonable to date.
It's time to play everyone's favourite game, where you enter your address into the NBN checker only to get thoroughly depressed.